The Voyage of the "Dawn Treader" - Chapter 10, The Magician's Book Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10, The Magician's Book Summary

Back at the house, the invisible creatures feed their visitors dinner while apparently bouncing around the room and spilling much of the food. The creatures also have a habit of agreeing with everything anyone says, an annoying habit that makes conversation difficult for the Dawn Treader travelers. The travelers spend the night in the house and then Lucy is sent up to the Magician's room first thing in the morning. The invisible creatures do not tell Lucy how to find the spell, only that she must search through the book.

Lucy's nerves are further stressed by the masks on the walls in the upstairs hallway and by odd writing on the doors. Lucy makes her way slowly to the Magician's room at the end of the hall, growing more nervous with every step. When she enters the room she is not...

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